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This new solar farm combines clean energy and beehives
by Adele Peters
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25 June 2018
On 25 June 2018 Fast Company reported:
At a solar farm surrounded by orchards near Medford, Oregon, native flowers are beginning to bloom between the solar panels, and 48 beehives sit at the edge of the field. The solar farm, called Eagle Point, is now the largest 'solar apiary' -- a solar energy project designed to benefit pollinators-in the country.
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In 2017, the company [Pine Gate Renewables, the North Carolina-based solar power company that developed the site] began working on a new project to keep land productive at its solar farms, reintroducing native plants, and, in some cases, working with farmers or ranchers to plant crops or graze animals around the panels.
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